Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley, Lancaster, Reading and New Jersey Truck Accident Lawyers
The attorneys at Soloff & Zervanos, P.C. believe that an educated client can serve as a great asset to his or her case. Below we have amassed a list of questions frequently asked of us by our clients so that they can serve as a resource for individuals interested in learning more about truck accident litigation. If you would like to schedule a free consultation or you have additional questions, then please contact an Allentown or Philadelphia-area truck accident attorney from our firm today. Serving New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including Philadelphia, the truck accident lawyers at Soloff & Zervanos, P.C. have extensive trial experience and can bring this to bear in your case.
- How do truck accidents and auto accidents differ?
- Who can be sued in a truck accident case?
- What are some common causes of truck accidents?
- What compensation might I be eligible for?
- Do I need to hire a truck accident attorney?
- What does it cost to file a lawsuit?
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Our Philadelphia truck accident lawyers can provide you with expert legal counsel if you are considering filing a lawsuit. With an "AV" rating by Martindale-Hubbell and a staff of experienced trial attorneys, you can rest assured that Soloff & Zervanos, P.C. is a law firm that can handle your needs. To schedule a free consultation with an Allentown or Philadelphia-area truck accident attorney, contact our firm today.
How do truck accidents and auto accidents differ?
Truck drivers and trucking companies have legal obligations above and beyond those imposed on regular drivers. Truck drivers must be qualified, licensed individuals who scrupulously abide by federal and state trucking regulations. Trucking companies also must carry more insurance coverage than regular motorists because truck accidents can result in catastrophic damage and truck drivers are considered professionals. As a result, the compensation that is paid out in a trucking accident lawsuit is often more than in a standard auto accident settlement.
Who can be sued in a truck accident case?
It may be possible to file a claim against multiple parties in a truck accident case. The transportation industry is complex and involves a multitude of businesses that may be considered liable in the event of an accident. Our Philadelphia-area truck accident lawyers can help determine liability and advise you on the best way to proceed with your claim. We will pursue legal action against all liable parties to help ensure that you obtain the compensation that you deserve.
What are some common causes of truck accidents?
Some of the more common causes of truck accidents include negligence on the part of the truck driver, faulty hiring procedures by trucking companies, defective vehicle components, negligence on the part of freight loaders, and inadequate maintenance of the vehicle. Any of these causes can be grounds for legal action. A Philadelphia, Allentown, or South Jersey-area truck accident attorney can help you file a claim against the liable parties if you or a loved one has been in a truck accident.
What compensation might I be eligible for?
At Soloff & Zervanos, P.C., serving New Jersey and the greater Philadelphia area, our truck accident lawyers are committed to protecting victims' legal rights. If you have been injured in a truck accident, we can help you obtain compensation for medical costs (including rehabilitation costs), lost wages, lost future earnings (including wages lost from inhibited earning capacity), and pain and suffering. In the event of a loved one's passing, our compassionate attorneys can help you obtain compensation for funeral costs, loss of income, pain and suffering, and loss of companionship.
Do I need to hire a truck accident attorney?
Fighting a truck accident lawsuit is a complicated and arduous process that requires diligence and a thorough understanding of the law. It is in your best interest to seek legal counsel from an experienced and aggressive lawyer if you are contemplating filing a truck accident claim. A failure to hire a qualified attorney can cost you the compensation to which you are entitled.
What does it cost to file a lawsuit?
At Soloff & Zervanos, P.C., we believe that everyone deserves access to effective legal representation. We handle our personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis and do not accept payment for our services unless we secure a successful case resolution for you. To schedule a free consultation in New Jersey, Allentown, or Philadelphia, contact a truck accident attorney from our firm today.